The Catholic Press Association

January 6, 2022

“In making the statement that ‘secularity is not an enemy to be fought, but a child to be loved,’ Rolheiser sets the tone for the premise of this book that seeks to reconcile the conflict between Gospel values and the culture in which we live. Rolheiser ably captures the key insights and reflections of the prominent members of the four symposia between 2002 and 2004 which give rise to this engaging book. This book is highly recommended to all who are concerned about the conflict between secularity and the Gospel.”

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